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After completing trauma healing therapy (such as EMDR, PC, etc.), most clients report feeling and doing a lot better. But a few do not, for a variety of reasons addressed in a previous post. Another reason? Bad habits that maintain depression.
Trauma healing clears depression by reducing emotional pain, and by changing the thought and behavior patterns that feed it. Clients initially presenting with depression typically indicate a marked decrease in symptoms, post-treatment, as well as an increase in positive feelings and experiences. However, occasionally we don’t see the decrease in…
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  • Report on EMDR's impact on recall of memory details
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  • Meta-analysis comparing the efficiency of EMDR to other trauma treatments
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